Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Using On-line Instruction in Science Classes

If you are using on-line instruction in science classes, you might find the following links useful:
Instructional design of interactive multimedia: A cultural … - Henderson 

Amazon.com: Teaching via ITV: Taking Instructional Design to the ...

Teaching via ITV: Taking instructional design to the next level - Tags ...

Instructional Design at Instructional Communications Systems

Instructional design - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • Source:  http://dir.yahoo.com/Education/Distance_Learning/Instructional_Design/;  Accessed August 21, 2012. and Google:teaching via interactive instructional design

And for additional guidance, you might contact:

The following Journal might be of use, too:

Research areas of interest community wide have been identified as:
  • "Three areas he recommended that should be studied included the following:
• Students’ competence in and attitudes toward                                         technological studies and attitudes about themselves.
• Determining how political decisions are made.
• Outcomes of technology teacher education."
  •  "There is evidence that the challenge has been taken seriously by members of this teaching community. In 2004, faculty from nine universities established the National Center for Engineering and Technology Education (NCETE), with funding from the National Science Foundation. In July 2006, researchers working with NCETE proposed a research agenda for this teaching field. Major areas that NCETE proposed for continued research included:
• Questions Involving Learning
• Questions Involving Teaching
• Questions Involving Assessment (D. Householder, personal communication, December 8, 2011 as cited by Martin and Ritz)"
  • The authors selected the Delphi method to develop a rank-ordered list of topics that would be of substance and which researchers might wish to further explore individually ... In the end, six issues were identified and rank-ordered for Research Question 1 and one issue for Research Question 2. Obviously, it is unknown whether a different set of panelists would have generated a different list of issues. The final rank-ordered list, however, does provide a foundation of information to build upon for future researchers and ...[advisers]... of aspiring graduate research students who have as one of their goals to establish a better knowledge base for the technology education school subject.

 Source:  Research Needs for Technology Education: A U.S. Perspective. Gene Martin and John Ritz PDF [281 KB] HTML [59 KB]  http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JTE/v23n2/pdf/martin.pdf; Accessed August 21, 2012.

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